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Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Casing: Corsair 6500X Mid-Tower Dual Chamber Chassis Review
Computers: Supermicro SYS-110A-16C-RN10SP 1U 25GbE Intel Snow Ridge Server Review
Gaming: Homeworld 3 Review - Standing with Giants, Homeworld 3 review: A strong, character-driven return to space strategy
Headphones: ZMF Caldera Closed Planar Magnetic Headphones Review
Input: Razer Firefly V2 Pro Mouse Mat Review: Slick, Rigid, With RGB
Memory: Crucial Pro Overclocking DDR5-6000 2x16GB Review
Storage: ANACOMDA I4X Fiery Serpent 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review





Casing:

TweakTown: Corsair 6500X Mid-Tower Dual Chamber Chassis Review

Corsair's premium fishbowl style 6500X mid-tower dual chamber computer case supports reverse connection motherboards, but it does come at a cost.

Corsair 6500X Mid-Tower Dual Chamber Chassis Review

Computers:

ServeTheHome: Supermicro SYS-110A-16C-RN10SP 1U 25GbE Intel Snow Ridge Server Review

In our Supermicro SYS-110A-16C-RN10SP review, we see what this 1U short-depth server offers including massive networking capabilities

Supermicro SYS-110A-16C-RN10SP 1U 25GbE Intel Snow Ridge Server Review

Gaming:

Wccftech: Homeworld 3 Review - Standing with Giants

A long-awaited return to Homeworld - in space - is here. Does Homeworld 3 stand up to the series' history? Let's find out.

Homeworld 3 Review - Standing with Giants

Windows Central: Homeworld 3 review: A strong, character-driven return to space strategy

Not every narrative choice in Homeworld 3 lands, but the game still delivers strong character work and fantastic space strategy gameplay.

Homeworld 3 review: A strong, character-driven return to space strategy

Headphones:

TechPowerUp: ZMF Caldera Closed Planar Magnetic Headphones Review

The ZMF Caldera Closed closed-back planar magnetic headphones manages to combine the bass impact and timbre of dynamic driver headphones with the tactility and low distortion of planar magnetic drivers. It goes for a cleverly implemented, colored tonality featuring multiple patented technologies, and uses ZMF's handcrafted wooden ear cups to make for a compelling flagship product.

ZMF Caldera Closed Planar Magnetic Headphones Review

Input:

HotHardware: Razer Firefly V2 Pro Mouse Mat Review: Slick, Rigid, With RGB

Razer's new Firefly V2 Pro RGB-enabled mouse mat looks wild and offers a ton of customization options via Razer's Synapse app.

Razer Firefly V2 Pro Mouse Mat Review: Slick, Rigid, With RGB

Memory:

APH Networks: Crucial Pro Overclocking DDR5-6000 2x16GB Review

As you may remember from the last set of memory I reviewed, the Lexar THOR OC DDR5-6000 2x16GB, I discussed a conversation I overheard with a belligerent father and son at the Hockey Hall of Fame. They were boasting about Ilya Sorokin, who is the starting goaltender for the New York Islanders. Prior to that moment, I had neither been a fan nor a rival of the team, especially given their location out east. However, after the interaction, I paid more attention to the Islanders. Whenever I watched them play, I could not help but feel a slight sense of satisfaction in seeing them lose. While I cannot deny the New York Islanders went further than the Calgary Flames in the playoffs, I was also happy to see them lose in five games in the first round while Ilya Sorokin was relegated to backup duties. Some may call me petty, but every fan base could benefit from a dose of humility from time to time, particularly when their arrogance clouds their judgement. On a different note, Crucial appears to be taking a different approach with their latest line of DDR5 memory, which they have dubbed the "Pro Overclocking" series. Previously, we have seen their unmarked and unassuming memory such as the nondescript CT2K16G56C46U5 DDR5-5600 2x16GB, and more recently their Pro DDR5-5600 2x16GB. This begs the question: What does this added name of "Overclocking" mean to the end user? Does is imply further capabilities of overclocking, or has Crucial already pushed this kit to the limits? Will we see a memory kit needing a humility check, or is this the start of something exceptional? Let us read on to find out!

Crucial Pro Overclocking DDR5-6000 2x16GB Review (Page 1 of 10) | APH Networks

Storage:

NikKTech: ANACOMDA I4X Fiery Serpent 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review

The I4X Fiery Serpent Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSDs by ANACOMDA may not be easy to come by but they do deliver very good read & write performance and are covered by a 5-year limited warranty.

ANACOMDA I4X Fiery Serpent 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review